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Google Drive App InSync Loses Beta Tag and Hits 1.0

Google Drive App InSync Loses Beta Tag and Hits 1.0

InSync, the multi-platform Google Drive syncing tool has finally come out of beta and hit version 1.0 for Windows and Mac, with Linux soon to follow. InSync gears itself not only as an app that brings much more to the table than the default Google Drive application, but rather a one-stop-shop for cloud storage. Terence Pua, co-founder & CEO of InSync goes on to explain how Google Drive is jus... »

Google Drive For Linux Is “In Progress”

Google Drive For Linux Is “In Progress”

Back in December we wrote about a new website that we have produced as a protest to get Google Drive for Linux. Since then Drive4Linux has been a big success yielding over 1,200 signatures on the petition at the time of writing this article. I originally created the petition after hearing nothing about the development of a Google Drive for Linux client for nearly a year. The only update was a comm... »

Let’s Get Google Drive For Linux!

Let’s Get Google Drive For Linux!

I’m pretty sure that many of the people reading this article will know what Google Drive is, but for those who don’t I’ll quickly explain. Google Drive is a cloud syncing application from Google that allows users to sync data autonomously across computers and to the cloud. It’s pretty much the same thing as other services like Dropbox and Ubuntu One. The problem is that the... »

Gmail & Google Drive Merged To Add Up To 10GB Attachments

Gmail & Google Drive Merged To Add Up To 10GB Attachments

Today Google have announced that you can now add attachments from your Google Drive account to an email composed in Gmail. Services that can send large attachments are nothing new, for example YouSendIt has been around for a long time, allowing users to send attachments of up to 100MB with a free account. But attachments need to be uploaded to the YouSendIt web portal. This means that the process ... »

Google Drive Comes To Ubuntu – Kind Off

Personally, I don’t use Google Drive. Mainly because I’m predominantly a Linux user and as of yet there is no Google Drive support for Linux. I did used to use Google Docs but switched to Ubuntu One when my internet went offline for 10 days once and I have absolutely no access to any of my files. Anyway, I digress… Yesterday saw the release of a new application in Ubuntu called ... »